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Câu 1:

Read the passage below and decide whether the statements are TRUE or FALSE?

  Inanimate objects are deployed to endless would-be-scary effect in Annabelle, and it’s not just the supremely creepy doll that is its star.

  Set in the late 1960s, the story concerns young married couple John (Ward Horton) and Mia (Annabelle Wallis). Mia is heavily pregnant (and is the character’s name a sly homage to the star of Rosemary’s Baby?), and her husband gifts her with the large-size doll she’s apparently been coveting to complete her collection. That fact that the horrific-looking thing resembles Bette Davis in What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? seems not to concern them in the slightest. Before Mia gives birth, the kindly elderly couple next door is murdered by their wayward daughter Annabelle and her boyfriend, members of a Manson Family-type satanic cult. In the film’s best and most truly terrifying scene, the intruders subsequently break into John and Mia's house, with the male shot dead by police and Annabelle slashing her own throat while clutching the doll.

  The understandably rattled couple quickly moves into a creepy apartment building in Pasadena, but the shift in locale doesn't prevent things from inevitably going bump in the night. The doll, which John had dumped in the trash, makes a miraculous reappearance in one of the moving boxes and assumes a place in the infant's bedroom.

  Although we never see the doll orchestrating any of the mayhem — it remains steadfastly immobile throughout — Mia is soon subject to a series of increasingly terrifying events, with a pair of neighboring children contributing to the air of dread via some crudely monstrous drawings. Looking for answers in a local bookstore, Mia tells the friendly proprietress (Alfre Woodward) that "I think we’re being haunted by a ghost." Her crisp reply: "Aisle four — follow me."

 

The film “Annabelle” was set in the late 1860s.

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Đáp án: B

Giải thích: Dựa vào câu: “Set in the late 1960s, the story concerns young married couple John (Ward Horton) and Mia (Annabelle Wallis).”.

Dịch: Lấy bối cảnh cuối những năm 60, câu chuyện kể về cặp đôi trẻ mới cưới John (Ward Horton thủ vai) và Mia (Annabelle Wallis thủ vai)


Câu 2:

Read the passage below and decide whether the statements are TRUE or FALSE?

  Inanimate objects are deployed to endless would-be-scary effect in Annabelle, and it’s not just the supremely creepy doll that is its star.

  Set in the late 1960s, the story concerns young married couple John (Ward Horton) and Mia (Annabelle Wallis). Mia is heavily pregnant (and is the character’s name a sly homage to the star of Rosemary’s Baby?), and her husband gifts her with the large-size doll she’s apparently been coveting to complete her collection. That fact that the horrific-looking thing resembles Bette Davis in What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? seems not to concern them in the slightest. Before Mia gives birth, the kindly elderly couple next door is murdered by their wayward daughter Annabelle and her boyfriend, members of a Manson Family-type satanic cult. In the film’s best and most truly terrifying scene, the intruders subsequently break into John and Mia's house, with the male shot dead by police and Annabelle slashing her own throat while clutching the doll.

  The understandably rattled couple quickly moves into a creepy apartment building in Pasadena, but the shift in locale doesn't prevent things from inevitably going bump in the night. The doll, which John had dumped in the trash, makes a miraculous reappearance in one of the moving boxes and assumes a place in the infant's bedroom.

  Although we never see the doll orchestrating any of the mayhem — it remains steadfastly immobile throughout — Mia is soon subject to a series of increasingly terrifying events, with a pair of neighboring children contributing to the air of dread via some crudely monstrous drawings. Looking for answers in a local bookstore, Mia tells the friendly proprietress (Alfre Woodward) that "I think we’re being haunted by a ghost." Her crisp reply: "Aisle four — follow me."

 

John gives Mia a large-size doll as a birthday gift.

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Đáp án: A

Giải thích: Dựa vào câu: “Mia is heavily pregnant … and her husband gifts her with the large-size doll she’s apparently been coveting to complete her collection.”.

Dịch: Mia sắp sinh và chồng cô tặng cô 1 con búp bê size lớn cô cực thích để hoàn thành bộ sưu tập của mình


Câu 3:

Read the passage below and decide whether the statements are TRUE or FALSE?

  Inanimate objects are deployed to endless would-be-scary effect in Annabelle, and it’s not just the supremely creepy doll that is its star.

  Set in the late 1960s, the story concerns young married couple John (Ward Horton) and Mia (Annabelle Wallis). Mia is heavily pregnant (and is the character’s name a sly homage to the star of Rosemary’s Baby?), and her husband gifts her with the large-size doll she’s apparently been coveting to complete her collection. That fact that the horrific-looking thing resembles Bette Davis in What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? seems not to concern them in the slightest. Before Mia gives birth, the kindly elderly couple next door is murdered by their wayward daughter Annabelle and her boyfriend, members of a Manson Family-type satanic cult. In the film’s best and most truly terrifying scene, the intruders subsequently break into John and Mia's house, with the male shot dead by police and Annabelle slashing her own throat while clutching the doll.

  The understandably rattled couple quickly moves into a creepy apartment building in Pasadena, but the shift in locale doesn't prevent things from inevitably going bump in the night. The doll, which John had dumped in the trash, makes a miraculous reappearance in one of the moving boxes and assumes a place in the infant's bedroom.

  Although we never see the doll orchestrating any of the mayhem — it remains steadfastly immobile throughout — Mia is soon subject to a series of increasingly terrifying events, with a pair of neighboring children contributing to the air of dread via some crudely monstrous drawings. Looking for answers in a local bookstore, Mia tells the friendly proprietress (Alfre Woodward) that "I think we’re being haunted by a ghost." Her crisp reply: "Aisle four — follow me."

 

The kindly elderly couple next door passes away before Mia gives birth.

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Đáp án: A

Giải thích: Dựa vào câu: “Before Mia gives birth, the kindly elderly couple next door is murdered by their wayward daughter Annabelle and her boyfriend, members of a Manson Family-type satanic cult.”.

Dịch: Trước khi Mia hạ sinh, đôi vợ chồng hàng xóm già tốt bụng bị giết bởi đứa con Annabelle ương ngạnh của họ và bạn trai, thành viên của hội sung bái quỷ Satan theo kiểu gia đình Manson


Câu 4:

Read the passage below and decide whether the statements are TRUE or FALSE?

  Inanimate objects are deployed to endless would-be-scary effect in Annabelle, and it’s not just the supremely creepy doll that is its star.

  Set in the late 1960s, the story concerns young married couple John (Ward Horton) and Mia (Annabelle Wallis). Mia is heavily pregnant (and is the character’s name a sly homage to the star of Rosemary’s Baby?), and her husband gifts her with the large-size doll she’s apparently been coveting to complete her collection. That fact that the horrific-looking thing resembles Bette Davis in What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? seems not to concern them in the slightest. Before Mia gives birth, the kindly elderly couple next door is murdered by their wayward daughter Annabelle and her boyfriend, members of a Manson Family-type satanic cult. In the film’s best and most truly terrifying scene, the intruders subsequently break into John and Mia's house, with the male shot dead by police and Annabelle slashing her own throat while clutching the doll.

  The understandably rattled couple quickly moves into a creepy apartment building in Pasadena, but the shift in locale doesn't prevent things from inevitably going bump in the night. The doll, which John had dumped in the trash, makes a miraculous reappearance in one of the moving boxes and assumes a place in the infant's bedroom.

  Although we never see the doll orchestrating any of the mayhem — it remains steadfastly immobile throughout — Mia is soon subject to a series of increasingly terrifying events, with a pair of neighboring children contributing to the air of dread via some crudely monstrous drawings. Looking for answers in a local bookstore, Mia tells the friendly proprietress (Alfre Woodward) that "I think we’re being haunted by a ghost." Her crisp reply: "Aisle four — follow me."

 

John and Mia becomes worried and scared. They move to another flat.

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Đáp án: A

Giải thích: Dựa vào câu: “The understandably rattled couple quickly moves into a creepy apartment building in Pasadena,”.

Dịch: Cặp đôi tất nhiên là lo sợ và nhanh chóng chuyển qua một căn nhà đáng sợ ở Pasadena


Câu 5:

Read the passage below and decide whether the statements are TRUE or FALSE?

  Inanimate objects are deployed to endless would-be-scary effect in Annabelle, and it’s not just the supremely creepy doll that is its star.

  Set in the late 1960s, the story concerns young married couple John (Ward Horton) and Mia (Annabelle Wallis). Mia is heavily pregnant (and is the character’s name a sly homage to the star of Rosemary’s Baby?), and her husband gifts her with the large-size doll she’s apparently been coveting to complete her collection. That fact that the horrific-looking thing resembles Bette Davis in What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? seems not to concern them in the slightest. Before Mia gives birth, the kindly elderly couple next door is murdered by their wayward daughter Annabelle and her boyfriend, members of a Manson Family-type satanic cult. In the film’s best and most truly terrifying scene, the intruders subsequently break into John and Mia's house, with the male shot dead by police and Annabelle slashing her own throat while clutching the doll.

  The understandably rattled couple quickly moves into a creepy apartment building in Pasadena, but the shift in locale doesn't prevent things from inevitably going bump in the night. The doll, which John had dumped in the trash, makes a miraculous reappearance in one of the moving boxes and assumes a place in the infant's bedroom.

  Although we never see the doll orchestrating any of the mayhem — it remains steadfastly immobile throughout — Mia is soon subject to a series of increasingly terrifying events, with a pair of neighboring children contributing to the air of dread via some crudely monstrous drawings. Looking for answers in a local bookstore, Mia tells the friendly proprietress (Alfre Woodward) that "I think we’re being haunted by a ghost." Her crisp reply: "Aisle four — follow me."

 

John is the one who realizes they are haunted by a ghost.

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Đáp án: B

Giải thích: Dựa vào câu: “Looking for answers in a local bookstore, Mia tells the friendly proprietress (Alfre Woodward) that "I think we’re being haunted by a ghost."”.

Dịch: Tìm những câu trả lời ở một hiệu sách địa phương, Mia nói với bà chủ thân thiện (Alfre Woodward thủ vai) là “tôi nghĩ nhà chúng tôi đã bị ma ám”


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